Here's just a bit of what I have been up to lately:
My friend Beej has the details of our catch up lunch yesterday at Samovar where we feasted on honeycomb and sipped chai.
I modeled for Sebastien's new line of FrenchPodClass tees--check them out, they're tres cute!
Tuesday night I caught the Word for Word performance of Andrew Sean Greer's short story "The Islanders." Afterward, ASG (one of my favorite local authors) answered questions from the audience and, to everyone's surprise, revealed that The New Yorker heavily fact checked his fictional story and subsequently had him make several changes.
This afternoon I attended a lecture at The Mechanic's Institute by essayist and scholar Alain de Botton on architecture. His book The Architecture of Happiness "starts from the idea that where we are heavily influences who we can be - and argues that it is architecture’s task to stand as an eloquent reminder of our full potential."